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English translation: tax prescribed by Italian Civil Code (Codice Civile)

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Italian term or phrase:imposte civilistico
English translation:tax prescribed by Italian Civil Code (Codice Civile)
Entered by: Davorka Grgic
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02:43 May 12, 2001
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Italian term or phrase: civilistico”
Hi folks
I'm on banks again.
Context:
risultato netto ante imposte “civilistico" (in a table). Well, I know its net pre-tax profit(or loss), but what about the "civilistico" part?
TIA
Derek
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Local time: 15:21
tax prescribed by Italian Civil Code (Codice Civile)
Explanation:
Accounting in Italy has its beginnings in Venice with Luca Pacioli, a Franciscan friar, who first invented the concept of double-entry accounting. In 1494, he published a treatise entitled, Summa de Arithmetica, Geometria Proportioni et Proportionalita', which set forth the standards of double-entry accounting. Its major objective was to provide stewardship information to the owner of the business entity and to provide a basis from which to grant credit.(Radebaugh, p. 2)
Since that time, major sources of influence on Italian accounting have included the Codice Civile (Civil Code) and government tax regulations. The civil code prescribes the minimum contents of balance sheets and income statements. These rules, however, are very broad in their application
soais.byu.edu/courses/Acc645/Account/Italy.htm.

Logos

en: The Italian Civil Code standards
it: La normativa civilistica

en: The draft Statement of Income in the Italian Civil Code
it: Lo schema di conto economico civilistico

HTH

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Davorka Grgic
Local time: 15:21
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Of course it helps! Thanks Davorka for your very diligent answer. I might simplify the definition a bit along the lines suggested by Angela - thank you for taking the trouble to speak to your accountant on this. Thanks also to my other two answerers.
Derek
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Summary of answers provided
nain compliance with the Civil Code
Angela Arnone
natax prescribed by Italian Civil Code (Codice Civile)
Davorka Grgic
nacivilistico = pertaining to civil rightsCarole Reade-Kentros
nacorporateAlbert Golub


  

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13 mins
corporate


Explanation:
found bilancio, utile civilistico so i remember the latin word civis, civitas which means "society" and in this case of a company, corporate
hope it's a good guess
good luck

Albert Golub
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28 mins
civilistico = pertaining to civil rights


Explanation:
Legislation (=JU)

Italian : normativa civilistica

English

provisions of civil law



    Reference: http://europa.eu.int/eurodicautom/
Carole Reade-Kentros
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58 mins
tax prescribed by Italian Civil Code (Codice Civile)


Explanation:
Accounting in Italy has its beginnings in Venice with Luca Pacioli, a Franciscan friar, who first invented the concept of double-entry accounting. In 1494, he published a treatise entitled, Summa de Arithmetica, Geometria Proportioni et Proportionalita', which set forth the standards of double-entry accounting. Its major objective was to provide stewardship information to the owner of the business entity and to provide a basis from which to grant credit.(Radebaugh, p. 2)
Since that time, major sources of influence on Italian accounting have included the Codice Civile (Civil Code) and government tax regulations. The civil code prescribes the minimum contents of balance sheets and income statements. These rules, however, are very broad in their application
soais.byu.edu/courses/Acc645/Account/Italy.htm.

Logos

en: The Italian Civil Code standards
it: La normativa civilistica

en: The draft Statement of Income in the Italian Civil Code
it: Lo schema di conto economico civilistico

HTH



Davorka Grgic
Local time: 15:21
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Of course it helps! Thanks Davorka for your very diligent answer. I might simplify the definition a bit along the lines suggested by Angela - thank you for taking the trouble to speak to your accountant on this. Thanks also to my other two answerers.
Derek
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2 hrs
in compliance with the Civil Code


Explanation:
I asked my accountant and he said there are two types of financial statement:
1 - for civil code purposes (civilistico)
2- for fiscal purposes
Angela


Angela Arnone
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